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Perales de Tajuña

Perales de Tajuña
Population 2,738

Perales de Tajuña is a small town in Spain, in the province and autonomous community of Madrid, located about 40 km to the southeast of Madrid in the area known as the Comarca de Las Vegas. The municipality covers 48.92 km², has a population of 2,738 inhabitants and a population density of 55.97 hab/km². To the north it borders with Arganda del Rey and Campo Real, to the east with Tielmes, to the south with Villarejo de Salvanés, and to the west with Morata de Tajuña and Valdelaguna.


  • Demographics 1
  • Education 2
  • Architecture 3
    • Religious 3.1
    • Historical 3.2
    • Nature 3.3
    • Fountains 3.4
  • Festivities 4
  • Communications 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Historical population of Perales de Tajuña
Year 1991 1996 2001 2004 2008
Population 1961 1991 2089 2358 2738


In Perales de Tajuña there is one (1) public nursery school and one (1) infant and primary school, also public.



  • Parish church of Our Lady of the Castle
  • Hermitage of San Isidro


  • Town Hall
  • Remains of watchtown and walls
  • Ruins of Hermitage of San Sebastián
  • Ruins of old hermitage of San Isidro
  • Telegraph Tower-Fortress


  • Risco de las Cuevas (Cliff caves)
  • Prado de Arriba (Top field)


  • Mariblanca fountan
  • Round fountain
  • Barracks fountain
  • Lagasca fountain
  • Butrera fountain


  • San Blas, third of February
  • Our Lady of the Castle, first Sunday of May
  • San Isidro, fifteenth of May
  • Town festival, month of August


Perales de Tajuña is well connected by road to Madrid and all the surrounding towns.


  • Spanish Wiki

External links

  • Official webpage of Perales de Tajuña Town Council in Spanish
  • Madrid Region Statistical Office in Spanish

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